Interviews

Interview 1462 – David K. Levine is Against Intellectual Monopoly

07/17/201916 Comments

David K. Levine is an economist at the European University Institute and at Washington University in St. Louis. He is the author with Michele Boldrin of Against Intellectual Monopoly, an empirical study of the economics of intellectual property that concludes that IP is not necessary for innovation and as a practical matter is damaging to growth, prosperity and liberty.

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Interview 1461 – Silicon Eugenics on Declare Your Independence

07/15/201921 Comments

James joins Ernest Hancock of Declare Your Independence for their regular interview on all the latest news. This week they discuss James’ latest work on Silicon Valley, how it ties in to the eugenics agenda . . . and what we can do about it.

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Interview 1460 – Financial Survival in the “Clash of Civilizations”

07/12/20197 Comments

James joins Melody for his regular bi-monthly appearance on Financial Survival to discuss the latest incident in the Persian Gulf, the future of the global reserve currency, the clash of civilizations, and how Italy is facing off with the European banksters.

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Interview 1459 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

07/11/201922 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: the Epstein case goes mainstream; another city bans facial recognition tech; and Bayer’s legal woes mount as jurors urge judge to uphold verdict.

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Interview 1458 – Terror Drills and War Games on The Ochelli Effect

07/10/201914 Comments

James Corbett joins Chuck Ochelli for an unscripted discourse. Chuck and James cover recent events related to and adjacent to Japan. They also discuss drilling and the culture that runs propaganda in the US, which was also involved in the 9/11 issues recently ignored and amplified in the MSM.

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Interview 1457 – Internet Censorship on Black Op Radio

07/08/20198 Comments

James Corbett joins Len Osanic of Black Op Radio to discuss the history and future of internet censorship.

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Interview 1456 – James Corbett on 3D Chess and China

07/01/20195 Comments

James Corbett joins Jason Bermas to discuss the 3D chess game taking place between “China” and “the United States” and what this stage-managed conflict is really about.

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Interview 1455 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/27/201919 Comments

This week on the New World Next Week: US government turns to aerial surveillance for its 2020 census; Google promises it won’t sell your data in its smart city; and Glastonbury goes 5G.

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Interview 1454 – James Corbett on The Robo-Nanny State

06/26/201912 Comments

Conversation with James Corbett that makes the most of James’ vast and erudite knowledge on deep global politics, collective brainwashing, long-term social engineering, the technocracy movement, and what he calls “turnkey totalitarianism.” Looks at the deeper psychological and emotional mechanisms being exploited, coopted and undermined by decades of conscious sociopolitical manipulations

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Interview 1453 – Stephan Kinsella on Law Without the State

06/25/201918 Comments

Stephan Kinsella joins us today to discuss the concept of law without the state. Is law and order possible without a state? What would that look like? And just what is “the law,” anyway? Find out more in this fascinating conversation on law, history, philosophy and anarchy.

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